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8:25pm September 30, 2014
chotronette:

Dress by www.chotronette.com

chotronette:

Dress by www.chotronette.com

8:02pm September 30, 2014

bace-jeleren:

wasifio:

Gushers sandwich with Fruit by the Foot as bread.

This is it. This is what I became an adult for. To be able to go down to the grocery store, buy a box of fruit by the foot and a box of gushers and make this and not have anyone tell me I can’t.

7:00pm September 30, 2014

xibalbadance:

The last one killed me. Please send help

5:01pm September 30, 2014

“Do not try to be pretty. You weren’t meant to be pretty; you were meant to burn down the earth and graffiti the sky. Don’t let anyone ever simplify you to just “pretty.””

— Things I Wish My Mother Had Taught Me | d.a.s  (via solacity)
4:10pm September 30, 2014
protectedbythelionsmane:

I’ll meet you there.

protectedbythelionsmane:

I’ll meet you there.

4:09pm September 30, 2014
somewhatvintage:

(via )

somewhatvintage:

(via )

3:00pm September 30, 2014

passion:

dogapult:

are we just gonna not talk about soulless black-eyed family emoji

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black is traditional

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2:15pm September 30, 2014
2:09pm September 30, 2014
Because I’ve been neglecting to post photos of work as of late. Some fresh, some healed, ‘scuse the blood in the one :)

Because I’ve been neglecting to post photos of work as of late. Some fresh, some healed, ‘scuse the blood in the one :)

1:53pm September 30, 2014

Al Basti (Turkish : Albastı) or Al Kardai is an ancient female spirit, the personification of guilt, found in folklore throughout the Caucasus mountains, with origins going as far back as Sumerian mythology.

In Turkish folklore Al Basti has been often confused as both a Mare, a Succubus, as well as any number of Middle Eastern female spirits which are told to enter a man’s erotic dreams. However, the difference in the Al Basti legends is that she is not a sexual spirit, she rather visits those “who have guilty souls” and “come from families that have committed bloody crimes that have gone unpunished.”